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Watch the fantastic house that the team of Extreme Makeover Home Edition built and decorated for the Hill Family in Suffield, CT. View the personalized portraits AllPopArt did for the sons’ play room. Amazing silhouette custom canvas portraits were displayed in the couple’s bedroom in black and whites with each of the faces of the […]
As an artist who sells reproductions or prints, I find that many people don’t know the difference between a giclee print and other types of prints commonly available at art shows, galleries and retail stores. While this is somewhat of a subjective topic open for interpretation and debate, in this video I define what I […]
Grade two experiments with print making. – created at http://animoto.com
A Small Alaska Town (digital art, Alaska photography and harmonica by Paul). Relaxing Background music. Music & Photos by Paul A. L. Hall (paulhallart) of Skagway, Alaska, an Alaskan gold rush town in the 19th century. Full album.
Click here to view the finished design: http://society6.com/product/katties-playground_print#1=45 Read more about Kattie’s Playground here: http://www.beatnik83.com/2014/12/31/katties-playground/ Song in video: Giving it up by CultureCulture Download here; http://freemusicarchive.org/music/cultureculture/cultureculture_EP_2014/cultureculture_-_cultureculture_EP_2014_-_02_Giving_It_Up License to use song here
PART 7 of artist Rich Thistle’s auto-biography focusing on his aviation art career projects and body of work to date, including military and general aviation aircraft and the history behind the images. Please visit richthistle.com to view – in high quality – all available original paintings and prints.
DIGITAL ART PHOTOGRAPHY 1
Popular, witty, sexy, glamorous – pop art exploded onto the cultural scene in the early 1960s. A new generation of artists rebelled against ‘high art’ to embrace the world of advertising, television, film stars, pop music and consumerism. Pop art shocked many but inspired even more.